Many men and women are searching for spiritual realities, but for some Christianity is not really an option because they are convinced that they will be found unacceptable to God and shunned by the church. This short story is for them.
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On the other hand many a congregation is populated by self-righteous, angry and exhausted saints who have never grasped the good of the unconditional love and acceptance of God that comes to us only through Christ’s perfect work on our behalf. This short story is for them too.
Jesus lived the sinless life we never could, received punishment for sin as our substitute, and makes righteous all who believe. That is the Gospel - the great, unconditional, unmerited goodness of God extended to all on the basis of Jesus’ work. This Gospel makes Father’s House a place of grace and celebration where all are welcome.